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Most of us feel safe in our homes and communities. We consider the familiar to be secure, which puts us at ease when moving through the environments we visit most. What if the security your home offers is a lie? What if the people closest to you remain in your life with sinister intent? If a home can become a slaughterhouse, should we ever feel safe? These six terrifying Most of us feel safe in our homes and communities. We consider the familiar to be secure, which puts us at ease when moving through the environments we visit most. What if the security your home offers is a lie? What if the people closest to you remain in your life with sinister intent? If a home can become a slaughterhouse, should we ever feel safe? These six terrifying stories tell the fates of individuals who missed critical details in their homes, oversights resulting in deadly consequences. Evil can hide within the walls of our comfortable lives without our consent or notice. Each of these tales follows men and women who were shocked to learn that the greatest threat to their safety was living alongside them without their knowledge. There is no common time or place- no connecting thread to blame for the victims’ misfortune. From Post-World War I Germany to 1930’s Hollywood to modern day Massachusetts, families have found that it is impossible to truly know even the most familiar of surroundings. When small details are brushed aside or justified with superstition, the room is left for real monsters to slip within the walls. What Amazon readers are saying: ★★★★★ 'If you plan on sleeping after these stories don't count on it as this book is beyond your worst nightmares!' ★★★★★ 'This true crime book is exceptional filled with disturbing detail that will at times shock you.' ★★★★★ 'Another classic' ★★★★★ 'This book is a ride into hell, will give you goosebumps, make you shake your head, and glad your home reading it.' ★★★★★ 'Disturbing, but True. An excellent book. Tells of what is not reported!' ★★★★★ 'Fascinating read! Once I started reading I had to finish the whole book!' Get your copy today and explore the stories that perhaps will alert you in time to avoid a similar fate.


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Most of us feel safe in our homes and communities. We consider the familiar to be secure, which puts us at ease when moving through the environments we visit most. What if the security your home offers is a lie? What if the people closest to you remain in your life with sinister intent? If a home can become a slaughterhouse, should we ever feel safe? These six terrifying Most of us feel safe in our homes and communities. We consider the familiar to be secure, which puts us at ease when moving through the environments we visit most. What if the security your home offers is a lie? What if the people closest to you remain in your life with sinister intent? If a home can become a slaughterhouse, should we ever feel safe? These six terrifying stories tell the fates of individuals who missed critical details in their homes, oversights resulting in deadly consequences. Evil can hide within the walls of our comfortable lives without our consent or notice. Each of these tales follows men and women who were shocked to learn that the greatest threat to their safety was living alongside them without their knowledge. There is no common time or place- no connecting thread to blame for the victims’ misfortune. From Post-World War I Germany to 1930’s Hollywood to modern day Massachusetts, families have found that it is impossible to truly know even the most familiar of surroundings. When small details are brushed aside or justified with superstition, the room is left for real monsters to slip within the walls. What Amazon readers are saying: ★★★★★ 'If you plan on sleeping after these stories don't count on it as this book is beyond your worst nightmares!' ★★★★★ 'This true crime book is exceptional filled with disturbing detail that will at times shock you.' ★★★★★ 'Another classic' ★★★★★ 'This book is a ride into hell, will give you goosebumps, make you shake your head, and glad your home reading it.' ★★★★★ 'Disturbing, but True. An excellent book. Tells of what is not reported!' ★★★★★ 'Fascinating read! Once I started reading I had to finish the whole book!' Get your copy today and explore the stories that perhaps will alert you in time to avoid a similar fate.

30 review for Murderous Minds Volume 5: Stories of Real Life Murderers That Escaped the Headlines

  1. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    I really enjoy this series -- I hear about cases that I haven't heard of before. In this one, many of the perpetrators actually lived in the house with the victims - hidden from sight. Fascinating I really enjoy this series -- I hear about cases that I haven't heard of before. In this one, many of the perpetrators actually lived in the house with the victims - hidden from sight. Fascinating

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Kernene

    I think this is the best book Ryan Becker has written so far. It was very good. There was quite a variety of stories in this book, most of them not very high profile. I really loved his selection of stories for this book. Most of them were high profile in the area that they occurred. I was especially pleased that he included the story of Andre Rand. While I found the writing in the book very good, I thought that the content was even better. The book is not very long and is quite easy to read. I I think this is the best book Ryan Becker has written so far. It was very good. There was quite a variety of stories in this book, most of them not very high profile. I really loved his selection of stories for this book. Most of them were high profile in the area that they occurred. I was especially pleased that he included the story of Andre Rand. While I found the writing in the book very good, I thought that the content was even better. The book is not very long and is quite easy to read. I read it fairly quickly, but still wanted more when I finished the book! I highly recommend it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Out-of-the-ordinary crimes The crimes related in this volume are both unusual and interesting. Some involve an extra person living hidden in the house. I would be checking my attic and basement if I had an attic or basement! 46

  4. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘Unsettling truth about personal safety’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His many books are highly respected. According to the biographical information, Ryan aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the world of true mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the ‘Unsettling truth about personal safety’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His many books are highly respected. According to the biographical information, Ryan aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the world of true mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the dark reality of the world. He loves to tell a true story that will make you solve a puzzle on your mind. He is now living with his wife and two sons. Ideally, Ryan wants to leave a mark on the reader with his dark true crime stories. It is important to add that he succeeds! In this volume Ryan is joined by fellow author Kelly Gaines. Ryan’s books tend to be more psychological dissections or autopsies of the minds of the crimes he reports. In this excellent introduction he and Kelly state, ‘Imagine a scenario you’ve likely seen; teenagers at a sleepover stay up late, wait for the light under their parents’ door to dim, and sneak into the bathroom. Amid giggles, one enters the bathroom alone, leaves the lights off, and facing the mirror repeats the words “Bloody Mary” three times. No matter how the others try to shout and startle them, nothing vicious crawls from the mirror. Nothing frightening ever appears from the darkness. Yet somehow, Bloody Mary is a game adolescents have continued to play through generations, and each time, there is a tinge of fear in the player’s chest as they face their own reflection in the dark mirror. Part of the fun of adolescence is imagination. Young minds, especially in groups, have a striking ability to inject excitement into mundane circumstances…In the stories we tell, there are specters in abandoned buildings and deranged individuals waiting behind the walls. How would you feel knowing these “legends” are not always the fiction we want them to be?...’ And with that question and thought Ryan and Kelly share six crimes that relate ‘the fates of individuals who missed critical details in their homes, oversights resulting in deadly consequences. Evil can hide within the walls of our comfortable lives without our consent or notice.’ Horrifying – yet fascinating – stories that boggle the mind and caution us to be aware! Highly recommended.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Millett

    Best book yet This true crime book is exceptional filled with disturbing detail that will at times shock you. The authors cover several true murder cases that are bizarre and gruesome. In two of the cases, someone was actually living inside of the homes unbeknownst to the victims which definitely will creep you out just thinking about it. Another case that was never solved describes the brutal murder and suffering of an entire family. As always the authors continue to produce excellent books that Best book yet This true crime book is exceptional filled with disturbing detail that will at times shock you. The authors cover several true murder cases that are bizarre and gruesome. In two of the cases, someone was actually living inside of the homes unbeknownst to the victims which definitely will creep you out just thinking about it. Another case that was never solved describes the brutal murder and suffering of an entire family. As always the authors continue to produce excellent books that will fascinate the reader and keep you reading until the end. Well done Kelly Gaines and Ryan Becker. I highly recommend this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pat Eroh

    This is an awesome true crime book that was meticulously researched, well-written, and interesting read! I devoured this book but I want to read it again. Unless, of course, this author keeps putting these awesome "unknown" crimes, so I'll have to keep reading those. I received this free from the author but I purchased this book because it is that good. This review is voluntary and completely honest. This is an awesome true crime book that was meticulously researched, well-written, and interesting read! I devoured this book but I want to read it again. Unless, of course, this author keeps putting these awesome "unknown" crimes, so I'll have to keep reading those. I received this free from the author but I purchased this book because it is that good. This review is voluntary and completely honest.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    Another classic This time, along w/ Kelly Gains. Ryan Becker tells us why the only thing worse than an unwanted guest, is an unknown guest. From auto and Dolly to Cropsey ATC it is unimaginable The horror that lurksunbeknownst to you. Just another reminder from Mr. Ryan Becker to always be cautious. Even when you’re at your own home sweet home.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Paula Corregan

    Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction! This book gives credence to the above statement. Several of the stories featured in the book deal with murderers hiding in their victims' houses. They serve to remind us to be cautious about those with whom we fraternize. I highly recommend this book to others interested in true crime. Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction! This book gives credence to the above statement. Several of the stories featured in the book deal with murderers hiding in their victims' houses. They serve to remind us to be cautious about those with whom we fraternize. I highly recommend this book to others interested in true crime.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dianna R. Phillippe

    Great read... I found the stories in this book to be fascinating. It goes to show that the people that are closest to you are not always what they seem to be. Be careful who you trust and be aware of your surroundings. I look forward to reading other books by Ryan Becker. Dianna, Prescott, AZ.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Boyer-Kelly

    Of the series, this one had some crimes that were a little more 'bleh' crimes in comparisons to prior books. As is the norm with these, they're also short summaries that leave a lot of questions. But this is a good starting point for those interested in true crime. Of the series, this one had some crimes that were a little more 'bleh' crimes in comparisons to prior books. As is the norm with these, they're also short summaries that leave a lot of questions. But this is a good starting point for those interested in true crime.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chris Hurte

    Great stories The stories are the perfect length for reading on breaks and such. I like stories like this occasionally because they are unknown crimes and Mr. Becker has done a great job sharing the what details were available for us to read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Quick, interesting stories This was not my favorite, but it was still good. It was well-written, the chosen stories had variety. The book moves quick which is nice. This is definitely one to check out, there are better one by this author. That's why I rated a little low. Quick, interesting stories This was not my favorite, but it was still good. It was well-written, the chosen stories had variety. The book moves quick which is nice. This is definitely one to check out, there are better one by this author. That's why I rated a little low.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Judith Sentyz

    Sad This book is quite different to most true crime books, although these cases remind us just how selfish and full of betrayals our race is capable of. It makes you sad in some ways to belong to the human race. This book is definitely a good read. Great job, Kelly and Ryan.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    Another Winning True Crime Book Although I had read about Cropsey in another book, this one is much easier to follow. There is also a 100 year old mystery. All in all, a very good book and I would recommend.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laurel von Dobschutz

    Awesome Loved every minute of it. Could almost see the writing the wall. So suspevial. A really good read. Love it

  16. 5 out of 5

    ann barclay

    A good read. A good book for avid true crime readers like me. It had cases that i hadn't read about before which is quite unusual for me. A good read. A good book for avid true crime readers like me. It had cases that i hadn't read about before which is quite unusual for me.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joan Baker

    Another interesting read. Stories are chilling. Can't get enough. Another interesting read. Stories are chilling. Can't get enough.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Judy Morris

    Last one of these series. Very interesting

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kellie Adams

    Pretty short but interesting read Some cases l hadn't heard of which is great to not have the same old ones rehashed to death🌞Will be checking out some more by this author. Pretty short but interesting read Some cases l hadn't heard of which is great to not have the same old ones rehashed to death🌞Will be checking out some more by this author.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bessie

    Great read. Kept me interested the whole time.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Cuthbert

    (I received a copy of this title from a giveaway, and leave my honest opinions below.) "Murderous Minds Volume 5" is an interesting bit of true-crime lore. Presenting six different stories of figures that are not your typical subjects, Becker and Gaines do a good job of setting up and relating the basic story and background of each person. Some of these cases, while not perhaps as newsworthy, are ones that I have heard before. This is not necessarily the fault of the author, as the Internet and s (I received a copy of this title from a giveaway, and leave my honest opinions below.) "Murderous Minds Volume 5" is an interesting bit of true-crime lore. Presenting six different stories of figures that are not your typical subjects, Becker and Gaines do a good job of setting up and relating the basic story and background of each person. Some of these cases, while not perhaps as newsworthy, are ones that I have heard before. This is not necessarily the fault of the author, as the Internet and sites like YouTube, where many interested in true crime like to present their own stories, makes telling tales that haven’t been told before harder to do. Overall, the writing style is serviceable and straightforward and make for a relatively quick read. As this is a part 5 of what seems to be an ongoing series, I think it would be interesting for a few of these or perhaps all the volumes to be collected together as one book. As it stands now however, this is certainly worth a couple hours of your time to read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beth Shuler

    Wildly disturbing These stories are beyond disturbing. But you just want to know more and keep reading no matter what! These stories def make you want to rethink what you really think you know or who for that matter you think you know! Some of these stories were truly horrifying!!! But who better to tell or write these stories? Even though some of these stories I have heard and read about before I have found over and over that When it's written by these two authors I always learn something new an Wildly disturbing These stories are beyond disturbing. But you just want to know more and keep reading no matter what! These stories def make you want to rethink what you really think you know or who for that matter you think you know! Some of these stories were truly horrifying!!! But who better to tell or write these stories? Even though some of these stories I have heard and read about before I have found over and over that When it's written by these two authors I always learn something new and can't put the book down!!! I have read almost all of Mr. Ryans book but this one is my absolute favorite and is def worth the read!!! But if you plan on sleeping after these stories don't count on it as this book is beyond your worst nightmares! That being said the best book ever!!! Can't wait for his next one!!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Norma kirk

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jules

  25. 4 out of 5

    nadine

  26. 4 out of 5

    David Henderson

  27. 5 out of 5

    Diana Stevens

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donna Marshall

  29. 5 out of 5

    eliz mary fraser

  30. 4 out of 5

    dick smith

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